Mere Bank was formerly part of the Liverpool Housing Action Trust (HAT), which took over responsibility for city tower blocks, before being given over to the HCA.
What does LHAT stand for?
LHAT stands for Liverpool Housing Action Trust (UK)
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These jobs include Liverpool Victoria Settlement management committee, Merseyside Development Corporation director, Tate Gallery Liverpool trustee, Granada Telethon trustee, and Liverpool Housing Action Trust chairman.
LIVERPOOL IN 1993, the Liverpool Housing Action Trust (LHAT) was placed in charge of the city's 67 tower blocks.
David Green - chief executive, Liverpool Housing Action Trust - services to Urban regeneration.
Liverpool has a strong history of housing-led regeneration to build on, particularly the recent example of Liverpool Housing Action Trust which moved the tower block communities across the city into new build housing on their footprints, generally with great care and respect.
While elsewhere in the city developers are battling to build higher and higher to fuel the luxury apartment market, Corinth was the 52nd and final demolition in a programme started by the Liverpool Housing Action Trust when it took over 64 high-rise blocks in 1993.
David Green, chief executive of Liverpool Housing Action Trust, which owns the site, said: "This is the largest eco-homes for sale scheme in the north west.
Commissioned by Liverpool Housing Action Trust which runs the nearby towerblocks, Outhouse is the most recent in a long line of the city's glasshouses.